The Microstructure and Properties of a Cryogenic Steel Fe-21Cr-6Ni-9Mn-N
An austenitic stainless steel 21-6-9, with improved cryogenic magnetic properties by manganese additions and strengthened mechanical properties by nitrogen additions, is currently being considered for critical components of various superconducting equipment, such as the bore tybes and flanges of superconducting magnets for magnetohydrodynamic generators.
KeywordsMagnetic Susceptibility Electrical Resistivity Austenitic Stainless Steel Impact Toughness Tensile Deformation
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